Combined product provides access to a variety of reference data to enable faster, more accurate decisions.
More firms see regulatory change as opportunity to enhance infrastructure, gain business advantage and remain compliant.
OMG data chief Chris Sharp breaks down why benchmark data strategy is key to cutting costs.
Half of the systematic internalizer obligations will soon become compulsory.
Maranca will be responsible for executing a global data strategy at Schneider Electric.
After expanding its EDM platform to cover the energy industry, IHS Markit now aims to apply it to data on other relevant industries from IHS..
Independent research provider Smartkarma and corporate access provider CorpXSasia plan to create larger corporate access events together.
SFTR compliance could require five times as many reports than trades.
New module provides researched legal entity data for AnaCredit counterparty data compliance.
CompliancePoint's Greg Sparrow advises financial firms how to avoid hefty fines resulting from GDPR non-compliance.
As data innovation moves from trend to industry standard, Amelia Axelsen investigates whether governance is its enemy, or an essential driver.
IRD editor Jamie Hyman interviews Peter Moss, CEO of SmartStream Reference Data Utility.
The new analytics tools will help bond traders and salespeople spot missed opportunities, officials say.
The utility plans to open a fully functioning Dublin office in the first quarter of next year.
Panelists at the Tokyo Financial Information & Technology Summit highlight data management challenges, particularly as IT and business teams become more integrated.
Max Bowie interviews SIX Group's John McManus on the vendor's trio of wins at this year's IMD/IRD Awards.
Entity data pro Mark Davies leaves Avox and Thomson Reuters for an unannounced new project.
In the latest issue of IDM, we consider arguments of fence vs. flow when it comes to data management.
The London-based data engineering company is opening three new offices.
Charles Randell says the current regulatory environment is "unsustainable" and the pressure to regulate firms' big data practices may lessen.
Chicago-based Northern Trust unveils new compliance monitoring capabilities that provide independent governance over external fund managers, with a focus on data quality checks.
The utility's new capabilities support reporting for five major OTC derivatives asset classes under MAS reporting requirements.
The vendor anticipates that many financial firms acting as "self-administrators" of proprietary indexes will choose to enlist a third party to comply with the upcoming BMR regulation.